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Blog Posts in January, 2013

  • On January 3rd, 2013 a Bexar County Sheriff's Deputy was arrested after she was involved in a DWI-related accident. According to reports, San Antonio police officers responded to a single-vehicle accident Thursday night that involved sheriff's deputy Susanna Cervantes. When police attempted to extract Cervantes from her vehicle she became combatant and then attempted to grab for something ...
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  • Contracting a serious disease or disorder can be an extremely frightening, and ultimately painful experience. When that disease gets to the point where it could have a negative impact on your ability to do your job and earn a living, life may get even more difficult. If you or a loved one has a serious disorder or disease that will prevent you from being able to work for an extended period of ...
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  • One mistake by the Social Security Administration (SSA) can jeopardize a family’s ability to obtain the money that they need to survive. According to News Chief, a family in Florida was recently cheated out of their SSDI because of a miscalculation on behalf of the Administration. A single mother of two young boys, a Florida woman with the initials L.W. receives no child support and earns ...
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  • The famous country music singer Randy Travis was recently able to reach a plea agreement with the court about an assault case that resulted from an altercation with his fiancée’s estranged husband. Travis was granted 90 days of deferred adjudication after he entered into a plea bargain for the crime at a Plano municipal court. Travis was charged with assault after he attacked his ...
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  • Methamphetamines are a major problem in Texas. This high-impact drug can be created and consumed in a residential kitchen and anyone with the right ingredients can typically manufacture the substance. The law enforcement and judges have taken and harder stance against meth possession in recent years because of the widespread pandemic regarding meth possession. When you are accused of a drug crime, ...
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  • Plano Man Arrested for Murder

    || 25-Jan-2013

    A Plano man, Christopher James Holder, has been arrested in the November death of Billy Joe Tanner. Mr. Tanner was brutally and fatally beaten, and fire set to the home. The alleged perpetrator was arrested on capital murder charges, and is currently being held in custody with bail set at $1 million. The investigation of the murder spanned two months, as homicide investigators pieced together the ...
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  • Texas' Self Defense Laws

    || 21-Jan-2013

    In the state of Texas, lawmakers understand that there are times when violence and assault are necessary tactics in self-defense. When in the presence of danger, many times Americans need to battle back with violent means in order to protect their safety. According to The Texas Constitution, Article 1 and Section 23, every citizen has the right to keep and bear arms for defend her or himself. If a ...
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  • Are applying for Social Security Disability Insurance? If so, you may qualify for priority treatment if your ailment is listed in the 200 serious health conditions that receive Compassionate Allowances. These Compassionate Allowances are a part of a fast-track program that is only for those who have serious disabilities and need financial aid immediately. Those who qualify will receive their first ...
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  • Doctor Sentenced for Deadly DWI

    || 14-Jan-2013

    Earlier this week, Doctor Steven DiVito received 5-15 years in prison for driving while intoxicated and vehicular assault, and manslaughte r. In November of 2011, police report that Divito was under the influence of alcohol as he sped down a highway near Lake Ontario. The forty-year-old chiropractor crashed his SUV into another car near an intersection and killed its two passengers, Patricia and ...
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  • Texas Laws Affecting Teens

    || 7-Jan-2013

    There are a host of laws in Texas that are not commonly belabored or posted for people to read. Still, men and women, particularly teens, who disobey these statutes can be prosecuted for their crimes. First of all, youth who practice sexting, or texting sexually explicit pictures or messages to their friends, can be charged with a misdemeanor. The crime can even come with jail time in some ...
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  • Texas Cell Phone Laws: Recent Changes

    || 2-Jan-2013

    A lot of people like to multitask. People watch T.V. while folding laundry or listen to music while working out at the gym. Among all the many ways to multitask, there are a few that you should be cautious about. First of all, it is essential that you do not try distracting multitasking techniques when you are in the car and behind the wheel. It is distracting enough to drive and talk or drive and ...
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  • According to WFAA, one of North Texas’ most innovative and honored judges is retiring this year. This judge, John Creuzot, has helped to alter the way that drug cases are handled in the state of Texas. His innovative techniques and charges have helped hundreds who have been charged with drug offenses. He understands that when a judge makes a decision on a case, that judge is subsequently ...
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